Snyder & Gibbons Show off ‘Watchmen’

Robert Greenberger

Robert Greenberger is best known to comics fans as the editor of Who's Who In The DC Universe, Suicide Squad, and Doom Patrol. He's written and edited several Star Trek novels and is the author of The Essential Batman Encyclopedia. He's known for his work as an editor for Comics Scene, Starlog, and Weekly World News, as well as holding executive positions at both Marvel Comics and DC Comics.

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  1. Vinnie Bartilucci says:

    I know a few of the guys from Ain't it Cool News have seen the footage, but have any comics folks of note seen it yet, or at least any that can be quoted? I'm hoping Paul Levitz makes a blog entry about it. But a third party who really knows the book and can speak without recriminations, that'd be real nice.

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  3. jim wiz says:

    Don't stop making the Animated versions of Great Comic Book Literature such as this.At least the creators get the due credit.The Watchmen was/ is / debatedly the greatest "comic book" redefining the medium of the late 20th century….I'm dying to see it too…Alan Moore the genius behind it and many other mainstream works before AND after….Yeah, I'm really excited and grateful that this movie is finally getting produced……… But, there is an underlying familiar tragedy here…..Corporate Global Enterprise and their not creative Jackals get all the credit, and the audience/ end users have no clue as to the creators……..except for a 8 second by-line in the credits……Yeah, we all get a good movie…but the actual creators……the guys who created this Cash Cow in the first place, for all the bean counters, and their masters…….are quickly passed over as an inconvenience to the actors, producers, best boy/ gaffers/ and caterer's…..Two things here; 1.]Can Hollywood spell Jack Kirby, or Alan Moore?2.]Like David Byrne said" Same as it ever was…….same as it ever was……." Comic books are still low brow culture to all these Hollywood/and related Corporatepeople, unless they can make a fast million bucks and take credit for' inventing'the characters in the first place.Yeah, well, we all love those Marvel adaptations I guess…….I just want to see more creator credits.And keep the animated series of great comics coming. More credit to the creators, not the best boys , corporate talent vampires,caterer's and gaffers……